WWE And TNA: 7 Worst Moments Of The Week (April 10)

What was worse; WrestleMania or the WrestleMania hangover?

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Welcome to the WrestleMania hangover everyone. Say goodbye for now to The Undertaker, Steve Austin, The Rock, Mick Foley, Shaq and Tatanka. Say hello to The Vaudevillians!

With that most recent call-up, NXT looks to be depleted. Sure, the most ready performers like Samoa Joe, Bayley and Finn Balor have been looked over for now, but seemingly half their mid-card has gone off to greener pastures with Simon Gotch, Aiden English, Apollo Crews, Baron Corbin and Cass and Enzo all finding a new home. Poor Carmella didn€™t get the invite.

This week in wrestling, someone, or everyone in WWE, seemed to have forgotten how a tables match works. The company also specifically warned us of those wacky post-Mania fans by airing a shot of the crowd, noting how they boo those who are usually cheered, and cheer those who are usually booed. Oh, so that explains the Roman Reigns reaction every single week!

We also said goodbye to Hall of Fame legend Blackjack Mulligan, and wished Brie Bella a happy post-wrestling life, which will someday play out on Total Divas. For two weeks in a row, no TNA is listed here. There was simply too much WWE going on, and nothing on Impact was so awful that it deserved note. Good for you TNA!

But let€™s not waste anymore time. Pick up your favorite Singapore Cane, and let€™s head towards Suplex City for WWE€™s worst of the week!


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